Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Urban Farmer: Herb Garden Seed Kit Giveaway

In my previous post, I mentioned that I hit 300 blog posts.  Woo hoo!  To celebrate, Urban Farmer is sponsoring an Organic Herb Garden Seed Giveaway for one lucky reader.  I've mentioned Urban Farmer in previous posts and really admire their commitment to eco-friendly gardening and love their recycled seed packets.  In addition to eco-friendly packaging, they also stand behind their seed pledge.  They "pledge that we do not knowingly buy or sell genetically engineered seeds or plants...Further, we wish to support agricultural progress that leads to healthier soils, to genetically diverse agricultural ecosystems, and ultimately to healthy people and communities."  I really support seed companies who are against GMO / GEO seeds.  
For your chance to win this organic herb kit from Urban Farmer, all you need to do is leave a comment on this post by 11:59pm PST, February 8th! I will select a random winner using random.org.  The herb kit contains organic seeds of Italian Basil, Italian Parsley, Chives, Oregano, Dill and Cilantro.  Click here for more info on this kit.  For additional entries, Tweet and Facebook about this post and leave an additional separate comment for each Twitter & Facebook post.  Thanks for reading and Good Luck!

21 comments:

  1. Any seed company against GMO's and GEO's is a-ok in my book :)

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  2. Congrats on your 300th post! I am slowly creeping my way to number 100... I'd love to be in the drawing! Ps, I adore Urban Farmer

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  3. Congratulations on post #300! I hope I'm still around to read your post #3000.

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  4. Congratulations on your 300 posts!!

    After reading about this milestone, I was curious as to how many posts I have for my blog. You have me beat by 70 and I've been blogging since 5/09. LOL!

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  5. I am always looking to try new seeds and I love what these folks stand for and how they do business..so i will be putting them on my list to buy from..thx

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  6. 300? My you are prolific! I think I barely have 10% of your posts :) I love hopping over and seeing what you are up to in the 'blogisphere'. Congrats on 300 and like AG says, hope we can see 3000!

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  7. 300 posts is pretty impressive!!! A seed giveaway ~ what a great idea. We really want to plant more herbs this year for eating fresh and drying. They are so much better than store bought.

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  8. Congratulations on your 300th post! I found your blog when I moved to Indianapolis from the country and was looking for urban ideas! WHat a fantastic giveaway!

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  9. That's kool. I'm hoping to do better with my herbs this year.

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  10. Thanks for writing 300 posts. I know that it's not easy to reach. It takes a ton of work. Thanks, too, for giving us a chance at the Urban Farming seed kit.

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  11. Meems, such a nice giveaway. And congratulations!

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  12. MeMe, do yo mind me calling you Meme? Would LOVE to win the herb kit, mine are not doing too well (they have been in moist soil for over a month) I think its safe to say mine are not growing! Good job on the posts, Im lucky to get one new one in a week!

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  13. Awesome, thanks for the chance to win! I am addicted to cilantro!

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  14. Meems,
    Congrats on your 300 posts !!!(??)
    I hope I win, cause I like my basil.

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  15. Congrats! I grew 5 varieties of basil last year! mmmm, smelled divine. Basil is perfect to grow alongside ANY veggie (I like to plant them with my tomotoes) as it's a natural pest repellent. I saw that you may be ineterested in trading seeds; I sowed a lot of my basil seeds from last year, let me know if you're interested in trying some. New follower too! Please feel free to stop by: Thrifty and Frugal by Debbie

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  16. Congrats on 300 posts. I've got 425 but I've had my blog for about 5 years now so I think you've got me beat. I am going to have my hubby build me some deck planter boxes to plant some herbs in this year.

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  17. How kind of you! Any organic seeds for my vegetable container garden..heirloom tomato, cilantro, dill. Thanks for your donation follow me during the NW Flower and Garden Show and suring the Philadelphia International Flower Show on Twitter at #subarugardens. Thanks. Abana Jacobs @abanajacobs on Twitter

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  18. I'd love to win the seeds! I'm already planning my garden.

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  19. Congrats on 300.

    I picked a good day to catch up on some of my blog reading. Love the free seeds. Nice commeration for your 300th.

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  20. Awesome blog. I just stumbled upon your blog. What kind of seeds you’re using?
    non GMO seedsor GMO seeds?

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